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|Volume 72, Issue 63,
Thursdsay, November 16, 2006
LIFE & ARTS
The UH School of Theatre brought Sophocles'
Antigone alive Friday night with an energetic and well-rehearsed cast.
Penguins dance away from cliches
Happy Feet is an odd bird. At first
glance, the film gave off a Dumbo-esque feel: a strong mother-son bond,
an awkward child and wise-cracking birds who befriend the protagonist.
Students flex their theatrical
Club Theater will launch its first
November Short Show tonight and Friday beginning with a reception at 7:30
p.m. followed by the first performance at 8 p.m. at The Honors College
Commons located inside the M.D. Anderson Library.
Spies, fries, prison guys come
This weekend, James Bond returns to
the big screen, fast food becomes more than just a pain in the stomach
and prison never looked so funny.
Eclectic avant-garde highlights
Boston-based soprano saxophonist Bhob
Rainey and electro-acoustic guitarist Annette Krebs from Berlin are pairing
up for one night to fuse musical talents in what should be an evening of